Entries by Jeff Robb

Teen Outreach Program Summer Retreat

JOIN US! For a FREE fun filled event, Wednesday, June 14, 2017 for our first annual Teen Outreach Program retreat! This event is hosted by TriCounty Health Department. Come and listen to Community Leaders, learn about goal setting, communicating effectively, and meet new people! There will be paddleboarding, kayaking, mountain biking, fishing, swimming, art projects, […]

Medical Reserve Corps

  The TriCounty Medical Reserve Corps is currently seeking medical and non-medical volunteers, below is more information about the MRC and how to volunteer. Be a hero, Volunteer! What is the Medical Reserve Corps (MRC)? MRC units are community-based and function as a way to locally organize and utilize volunteers. These volunteers include medical professionals and […]

Diabetes Socials

Come enjoy a relaxing fun night with family & friends who share common experiences living with Diabetes. For those with Type 1 or 2, in Vernal and Roosevelt   Vernal: Uintah Recreation Center Patio- 610 S. Vernal Ave, Vernal Monday June 5th 5:30-8:30 pm Dinner will be provided, as well as access to the pool […]

Temporary Food Services and Permits

Anyone who is serving food or drinks to the public, whether a cost is involved or free, will need a temporary food service permit. With all the summer activities around the corner, remember when you feed the public you need a temporary food service permit or a food establishment permit from TriCounty Health Department. The […]

Farmers Market

In the TriCounty region we have access to multiple Farmers Markets and resources to healthy foods Farmers markets preserve America’s farmland, stimulate the local economy, increase access to fresh nutritious food, support healthy communities, and promote sustainability. We are lucky to have access to Farmers Markets in the TriCounty region. Here is some information on when […]


Free Hands-On ATV Certification Courses

  Utah law requires youth, ages 8 to 15 years (or until they receive their state issued driver’s license), to complete a Utah Division of Parks and Recreation off-highway vehicle (OHV) education course before operating on public lands, roads or trails.   While an online course is offered, TriCounty Health Department along with Utah State Parks, […]


Utah regulations require that all wastewater be disposed to an approved sewer or onsite wastewater (septic) system. Onsite Wastewater An onsite wastewater system is commonly called a septic system. Wherever there is not a public sewer available, an onsite wastewater system is needed. An onsite wastewater system consists of a septic tank and a drainfield […]